Men's Vest sewing pattern
It's been a while since we last released a Men's pattern. The Ozark Vest sewing pattern is the newest addition to our ever-growing collection of Men's sewing patterns.
The Ozark Vest sewing pattern is a fabulously versatile garment that works excellent on cool summer evenings but also looks and feels terrifically worn over a Hoodie or Sweater.
Inspiring Vests from the hands of the testers!
When looking at the tester's images, it is evident that the Ozark vest can be styled in many different and equally great-looking outfits. Likewise, the testers never cease to amaze me when making more detailed and eye-popping garments than I could have ever imagined.
These two Ozark vests both look fantastic. The blue one in canvas, with bright orange lining and matching topstitching, is a perfect urban vest for a young man. In tweed and grey matching lining, the other is a classic-looking vest for a more conservative type. I do love the orange hanger loop, and it's just enough to catch my eye.
The Ozark Vest Sewing pattern has no visible seams. Who doesn't love a good inside pocket? It's as pretty on the inside as it is on the outside.
The Topstitching adds a nice touch and creates a very professional-looking finished garment.
Look at all the pretty inside details. The sewing is fun, and the details of this Vest sewing pattern are unique. These two are in corduroy with a contrasting collar and lining.
It's time to gather your materials, get your sewjo on and make a cool new "OZARK VEST"
Here's a list of materials you need for the Ozark vest Sewing pattern:
- Woven Fabric (canvas, corduroy, denim, etc.)
- Quilted lining (buy it or make it)
- Rib for the collar (choose a 2x2 rib in medium weight or cut it double)
- One metal zipper
- Interfacing (iron in)
- Sewing thread
- heavy thread for top stitches (optional)
The Ozark Vest Sewing pattern sells for 10 euros (reg 13) until Friday, November 12th, 2021. Go grab your copy now!
Want to read more about the Ozark vest? Check out The Modista's sewing blog right here.
I really love this new pattern! I wish it came with optional arms to make a full jacket as well!